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with a reporter about this. >> health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius announcing the number of people according to the healthcare law in the figure released earlier this afternoon. thed drucker is from washington examiner joining us from capitol hill. 6,185 sign up in the first month. is that a good or bad thing? >> it's not good from the perspective that they need millions and millions of americans and the exchanges in order to subsidize the expanded coverage that the law mandates. it cane perspective that only go up from here presumably, we could look back on this as a to be remedied once people become more comfortable with the law. >> the hearings have tended to focus on the launch of the website. the legislative action, the arena is turning to letting people stay or remain on their healthcare plans and not have to change them over. what's coming up in the house later this week opposed by fred upton of michigan? >> on friday, the house will vote on a bill to allow them to content. companiesve insurance who have been transitioning to the new obamacare regulatory demands th
of the internal revenue office. and you have kathleen sebelius and right now, of course, people all over the country have lost millions or are losing their health insurance and there was this article here in october, this was from cns news. an interview with cnn's interviewer tuesday night, health and human services secretary, kathleen sebelius, said she won't be enrolling in the problem-plagued health insurance system that she was charged to implement. i've created an account on the side, i've not tried to sign up because i have insurance. well, she, like the i.r.s., have federal employee insurance and they don't care about everybody else. but we know the head of health and human services, she's not going to bother with it and as we look into the arrogance of the internal revenue service, and i especially appreciate my friend, bill flores, bringing this up, because i don't know how many c.p.a.'s we have in congress, but i know the c.p.a. exam was a lot tougher than the bar exam and i certainly appreciate somebody who knows about dealing with the i.r.s., but this article, i.r.s. employee
that if they liked their health care plan they could keep it, period. it goes back to a time when kathleen sebelius, secretary of h.h.s. said, if you like your health care plan, you can keep it. it goes back to a time when the majority who passed the legislation in the house and in the senate said, if you like your health care plan, you can keep it. period. i thank the chairman for his leadership. i thank the speaker. yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from california. mr. waxman: mr. speaker, i yield two minutes to the gentleman from oregon, member of the ways and means committee , mr. blumenauer. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from oregon is recognized for two minutes. mr. blumenauer: thank you. i appreciate the gentleman's courtesy. the expectation that somehow the elements of the affordable care act would not be implemented is simply false. people can keep health insurance, but there are always going to be the new standards to make sure that people no longer have insurance in name only. that's what we heard about repeatedly in th
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